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2013-11-13 01:52:05
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Two of the most important discoveries of the New Stone Age were farming and the wheel.


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it was the ice man but that was more in the year with more clothes and stuff.

It was the first stone age, in which they learned to make and use stone tools. The people in this stone age were called the "Hunter Gatherers," because they were always hunting and gathering. Because of this, they were nomadic. One of the most important things that happened in the Paleolithic age was the discovery of taming fire. This made it possible to live through the Ice Age.

In the old stone age, or paleolithic era, the most important discovery was that you could chip stone in such a way as to produce a sharp edge that could be used to cut things. All progress in the stone age depended on this. There is not too much you can do in the way of making things, without first having some kind of edge to cut things with. In the new stone age, or neolithic era, the most important discovery was that you could plant crops to create a more reliable food source. Even to this day, in the 21st century, agriculture remains the foundation of human society as we know it. We would be unable to feed more than a very small fraction of the world's current population of 7 billion people, without the use of agriculture. If we were to rely on hunting and gathering, it is possible that the world could support about 50 million people at most.

the stone age is important because the stone age help some of the people that don't have any money

It was important because they needed that to grow the food that they ate.

False, it marked the beginning of the Bronze Age and later, the Iron Age. There is no "new" Stone Age. There was only 'The' Stone Age, which was largely characterized by man's use of stone tools.

The most important devices of the Stone Age were the stone tools used for hunting and gathering. These rather simple tools served an important purpose for early peoples. Another extremely important innovation of the Neolithic era (an era within the Stone Age) was irrigation. This led to settlement and expansion of of cultures, and contributed to the develoment of cultivated cities.

Language- they could communicate and improve on technology.

Stone tools, controlled fire and the knife.

The Paleolithic Stone Age (old) was when people were nomadic because they hadn't discovered farming yet. The discovery of agriculture was the difference between the two stone ages.

The discovery of bronze an alloy of copper and tin.

During the stone age people learned to make fire, being nomads and hunter gathers, the most important thing was that they learned how to make tools out of stone and to farm.

Agriculture: the people of the neolithic became farmers and began to live a more settled lifestyle.

It is said that when man discovered that different times of metal ores could be smelted, the Stone Age ended. These ores were iron, bronze, etc.

i wold say it is the invention of fire, not many would say that but that is a very important invention which the people of stone age found out.

The Stone Age describes a period where stone was used for most tools and implements. The Stone Age lasted until about 2000 B.C.

the new stone age ushly wears animal skins and other things but most important thing is that they don't use stiching or machines the make it with there hands

because that was there communication to each other back in the stone age.

1st AnswerThere are different answers. The discovery of how to use fire would be one, and this would include cooking. Another would be the development of agriculture. Perhaps, a good answer would be the development of the blade edge. 2nd Answerlanguage

Most Stone Age tools and weapons were made of stone, although wood and bone were also used. The Stone Age was followed by the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, etc., as man's technology expanded

i think it was because it was around 6000BCE which was the time where the stone age ended.

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